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The Structural Dimensions of the Political Institutions of the State; Theorizing through the Management and Institutional Theory: Proposed Boarding

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Our research is to review two significant models for analyzing structures of institutions, which have made themselves, first Henry Mintzberg, with its model of key elements of the structures, and on the other hand, Meyer & Rowan with his model of rationalized institutional structures. The discourse of previous authors, resides to sustain what for them are the most important or essential dimensions of the structures in the institutions. With up to us, we try to review the arguments of both models and their contribution to institutional theory to develop on our part, discursive lines supported in said Institutional Theory, those that we believe which should be the structural dimensions of the institutions policies, and should be reviewed by anyone who makes part of itself, the study of the structures of the State political Institutions, which we consider, are institutional political dimensions, which will allow the political organization par excellence, its own stability, adaptation and arrangement, through the design of incentives or sanctions reflected in their own Political Institutions.

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Sanchez Garcia, A. (2014) The Structural Dimensions of the Political Institutions of the State; Theorizing through the Management and Institutional Theory: Proposed Boarding. Open Journal of Political Science, 4, 250-256. doi: 10.4236/ojps.2014.44027.

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